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Michael O'Connor Clarke Michael O'Connor Clarke is proud to be a card-carrying flack. Currently based in Toronto, Michael has spent almost 20 years in corporate communications and marketing roles. He started blogging at almost the same time as he first moved into PR - over five years ago. Now he's trying to figure out how to combine these two areas of expertise for the benefit of clue-seeking clients. In his time, Michael has pitched people, products, processes and pop-tarts, but he has a congenital inability to peddle fluff. Email Michael


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February 22, 2006

*kaff kaff*

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Posted by Michael O'Connor Clarke

...blowing off the dust and cobwebs.

Nothing wakes up a musty, neglected (but still much loved) old blog like the distant sound of unearned praise.

And so it is with dear, dormant Flackster - stirring from slumber at the news that The RSS Pundit (aka Kip Meacham) just included Flackster in a Top Ten list of PR-oriented blogs.

Apparently, we're mainly of interest to the elitist-bourgeoisie, though - so all you proles can sod off back to Micropersuasion now :-)

Thanks Kip!

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1. Kip Meacham on February 23, 2006 11:32 AM writes...

To shamelessly rip off Monty Python:

"Oh, there you go bringing class into it again!"

Great to have you back writing on the PR topic! Now, back to stacking the lovely filth down here...

Cheers,

Kip Meacham

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2. smart on May 20, 2006 6:41 AM writes...

I NEED TO TRANSFER 37 MILLION PUNDS TO YOUR ACCOUNT.

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